In connection with the exchange of cryptographic cards that we sent you announced last November 19, this will be the planning we will carry out:

  • Beginning April 13th, and until the mass revocation of all certificates generated on Sm@rtCafe 7.0 chip cards:
    • You can have two certificates of the same type: there will be no uniqueness.
    • They will have to be requested by EACAT, as you have done so far.
    • At the end of September (we will confirm the specific date) the AOC Consortium will massively revoke all certificates generated on the old cryptographic support (card).
  • The new cards will have some small design changes, marked in yellow in the image below:
  • Once the mass revocation of the certificates has been carried out, the financial return of the days not enjoyed up to the 4 years of validity of the revoked certificate will proceed.


  • Consider replacing your T-CAT with one T-CAT P, taking into account that the roles of Requester and Certifier can perform the signatures with T-CAT P. However, to access the subscriber's folder, the service manager role does require a certificate generated in a cryptographic device (T -CAT).
  • In the case of elected officials, do not apply for new T-CATs until after the municipal elections.
  • Remember that they can be done via EACAT massive loads of certificate requests.